Player Paraphernalia #74—Hybrid Class: The Hospitallar (PFRPG) PDF
Service comes from both a just cause and true faith. The hospitallar takes up the shield of chivalry and the armor of piety in service to both church and state. Offering a hybrid class that builds upon the cavalier's need of belonging for cause through his order and the divine might of the cleric to provide the crucial aid need when facing those that oppose his deity. The hospitallar is true representation of those that represent a knightly cause with the blessing of their church. This supplement also includes two feats unique to the hospitallar in his righteous path.
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